HAMILTON – The community advocate group Hamilton Retired Educators wants people to know everything about what the public library has to offer. By doing so, the group of retired teachers is hosting an open house at the Hamilton Public Library April 11 from 2 until 5 p.m.
“We will serve light refreshments and invite people to tour the library to see the services it offers. It has books, computers, the internet and free access to Ancestory.com. People can also access most major magazines online through a service provided by the Tombigbee Regional Library System,” said group member Sonya Hanson. “We have an ongoing project with local history and are still trying to collect people’s family history.”
Hanson said books by John Grisham, Greg Iles and C.S. Lewis and the Junie B. Jones series are among the several selections available at the library.
The library is located at 40460 Old Hwy 45, next to the Post Office.